Simba is so confused after being surrendered to shelter by person he loved most

At the East Valley Animal Shelter in California, Simba was brought in by his owner and surrendered on Wednesday afternoon. Maybe Simba thought he had been going for a ride to possess a fun adventure with the person he loved?

Sadly, Simba’s experience wasn't to be fun, and instead the design of confusion on the dog’s face was heartbreaking to observe. MomentsAfter a while, the truth of a noisy sanctuary where no one likes and extravagates him returns home.

“The owner told me that he was his brother’s dog and therefore the brother left the state for work and left the dog with him. The guy said he worked full time He goes to school full time. By the looks of the dog’s ribs showing I feel he was being neglected. It's just the sweetest dog snuggling up on people.person. TheThe person must actually push Simba through the front door dog, sliding the tail between the tail. Please hurry up and find him if you are caring!!,” a volunteer at the shelter posted on social media.

PetHarbor adoption, listing: My name is Simba and that I am a neutered male, tan American Staffordshire terrier. The shelter thinks I'm about 7 years old. I weigh close to 60 pounds. I have been in the asylum even since December 30, 2020

For more information about Simba, call l. a. Animal Services – East Valley Shelter at (888) 452-7381

Ask for information about animal ID number A1813944.

City of l. a. East Valley shelter

Los Angeles County

14409 Vanowen St., Van Nuys, California 91405


Bonnie (818) 430-5959 or shelter (888) 452-7381 , 818-756-9323

Please share this dog’s plight with approved rescues, friends, family and social media contacts. Sharing saves lives.

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